1990 - Banesto Maillot

Banesto
1990

The announced generation switch materializes in the Tour de France. Pedro Delgado misses the overall podium for the first time in four years, while the performance by Indurain -including a stage win- makes him being appointed as the future leader of the squad. José Miguel Echavarri deals with these role changes exquisitely.

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Team

Alonso, Marino (ES)
Arnaud, Dominique (FR)
Carrera, José Enrique (ES)
Cruz Martín, Jesús (ES)
De las Cuevas, Armand (FR)
Delgado, Pedro (ES)
Garmendia, Aitor (ES)
Glez Salvador, Juan Carlos (ES)
Gonzalo, Víctor (ES)
Gorospe, Julián (ES)
Gorospe, Rubén (ES)
Indurain, Miguel (ES)
Lukin, Javier (ES)
Martínez Oliver, Juan (ES)
Mujika, Jokin (ES)
Rguez Magro, Jesús (ES)
Rondón, Abelardo (CO)
San Román, Francisco (ES)
Uriarte, José Ramón (ES)
Santamaría, José Luis (ES)

Directors

Echávarri, José Miguel
, Eusebio Unzué
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20 Wins

  1. 1st Itzulia Basque Country Julián Gorospe
  2. 1st Paris-Nice Miguel Indurain
  3. 1st Circuito de Getxo Víctor Gonzalo
  4. 1st Clásica San Sebastián Miguel Indurain
  5. 1st GP Llodio Aitor Garmendia
  6. 1st GP Miguel Indurain Pedro Delgado
  7. 1st GP Náquera Abelardo Rondón
  8. 1st Euskal Bizikleta (2. stage) Marino Alonso
  9. 1st Itzulia Basque Country (3. stage) Julián Gorospe
  10. 1st Itzulia Basque Country (5. stage) Miguel Indurain
  11. 1st Midi Libre (6. stage) Dominique Arnaud
  12. 1st Paris-Nice (6. stage) Miguel Indurain
  13. 1st Setmana Catalana (2. stage) Pedro Delgado
  14. 1st Tour de France (16. stage) Miguel Indurain
  15. 1st Tour du Vaucluse (4. stage) Dominique Arnaud
  16. 1st Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana (5. stage) Miguel Indurain
  17. 1st Vuelta a Asturias (4. stage) Armand De las Cuevas
  18. 1st Vuelta a Burgos (6. stage) Miguel Indurain
  19. 1st Vuelta a Cantabria (4. stage) Marino Alonso
  20. 1st Vuelta a Venezuela (2. stage) Juan Carlos Glez Salvador